“A man who trusts nobody is apt to be the kind of man nobody trusts.”
– Harold Macmillan, British conservative politician
The clock radio clicked on at 7 a.m. and I heard the familiar news jingle. I stayed in bed for a few minutes yawning and stretching. The authoritative voice of the news reporter came through the speaker telling me the temperature and the type of day I could expect. He then launched into the news – informing me of a scam sprung on unsuspecting local citizens.
“Over 200 people have fallen victim to a charity fraud. . . .”
I turned off the radio and got up, wondering how some people could be so deceitful. Like most people, I would never consider the idea of deceiving someone – the idea is comple...
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